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Style Sheets 101: Why You Need One

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Style Sheets 101: Why You Need One

There are several ways to keep yourself and your writing organized. One is a writer’s notebook and the other is to create and maintain your style sheet. Keeping all your ducks in a row as you write a book is no small feat! Let’s face it, you’re trying to keep track of the tiniest details […]

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31 Days of Writing Prompts (Fall Edition)

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31 Days of Writing Prompts (Fall Edition)

Autumn is a great season to spend time journaling because we naturally begin to look back and reflect on the year. Take time to record your thoughts this month by participating in our 31 writing prompts. As you will see there is a writing prompt for every day of the month, but don’t feel like you […]

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How to Host an Audiobook Club

Filed in Author Inspirations by on September 23, 2021 0 Comments
How to Host an Audiobook Club

Your parents’ version of audiobooks — think bulky cassette tapes or pricey CDs — are long gone. The audiobooks we have today are significantly more advanced. From an audiobook’s production time to the number of books we can choose from to how we consume them, it’s no wonder these orally produced books have soared in […]

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Summer Sale Ideas for Your Book

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Summer Sale Ideas for Your Book

The end of summer can tend to be a busy time for writers. This is because it’s time to check in on the current season and also prepare for the new one. A summer sale is a great way to encourage sales and make sure you meet those season sales goals while also figuring out […]

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What are Plot Holes and How to Avoid Them

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What are Plot Holes and How to Avoid Them

Plot holes can creep up in any book genre, and typically go undetected for a while. To start identifying plot holes within your work, you have to know what you’re looking for. There are a few different types of plot holes: Continuity errors Something takes place that is impossible Storylines are unresolved at the end […]

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